PUTIN – SNOWDEN : INTERNAL PERCEPTION OF DECEPTION AND NATURE’S SPARKING ”FREEDOMS” OF SPEACH

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THE ETERNAL

VOICE OF FREEDOM

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‘Rights are lost by cowardly laws’

Snowden says govts,

Not terrorists

Undercut free speech

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per|cep¦tion
[pəˈsɛpʃ(ə)n]

NOUN
the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses:
“the normal limits to human perception”
awareness of something through the senses:
“the perception of pain”
synonyms: discernment · appreciation · recognition
psychology
zoology
the neurophysiological processes, including memory, by which an organism becomes aware of and interprets external stimuli.
the way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted:
“Hollywood’s perception of the tastes of the American public”
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SHOWTIME

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The upcoming documentary, titled “The Putin Interviews,” purports to present Putin’s views to the American public that they would not have the chance to hear otherwise, according to Stone.

“Mr. Putin is one of the most important leaders in the world and in so far as the United States has declared him an enemy – a great enemy – I think it’s very important we hear what he has to say,” Stone said in a recent interview to the Sydney Morning Herald.
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The snippet of the film by the award-winning director, released by Showtime on Thursday, shows Putin in the driving seat taking on the case of the former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and CIA employee, who leaked classified information on the extent of the NSA’s surveillance to journalists, and is now wanted on espionage charges in the US.

“I think he [Snowden] shouldn’t have done it. If he didn’t like anything at his work, he should have simply resigned,” Putin said.

The Russian leader said that while he cannot personally justify the whistleblower’s methods, he believes Snowden was within his rights to take the decision.

“But since you are asking me whether it’s right or wrong, I think it’s wrong,” he said.
Stone even drew parallels between Snowden’s experience and that of Putin, as the Russian leader quit the Soviet secret service KGB on August 20, 1991 because he did not agree with the coup d’état attempt staged by a handful of hardline Communist party leaders longing to topple Mikhail Gorbachev.

“I resigned because I didn’t agree with the actions undertaken by the government,” Putin told Stone.

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EDWARD SNOWDEN

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Putin gives Oliver Stone a lift, says Snowden not a traitor, but ‘what he did was wrong’
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Published on 3 Jun 2017
‘The Putin Interviews’ premieres June 12 on Showtime

Vladimir Putin told Oliver Stone that while he agrees that the NSA has gone too far in its snooping practices, and that the public sharing of data can’t be called treason, he disapproves of Edward Snowden’s decision to leak troves of confidential files.

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